The Isle of Wight Zoo specialises in the care of tigers and
lemurs, but is also home to a variety of other animals. We are
dedicated to conserving and protecting animals both at the zoo and
The Kent Downs are the eastern half of the North Downs covering
nearly a quarter of Kent, stretching from the White Cliffs at Dover
up to the Surrey and London borders.
It is a diverse and vibrant...
Spectacular displays from touch pools to walkthrough underwater
tunnels provide breathtaking, close encounters with everything from
humble shrimps and starfish to seahorses, sharks and rays....
Under canopies of oak and beech trees, wild
deer wander. Across open heath and grassland, forest-bred ponies
and cattle have right of way. Welcome to the New Forest - enclosed
as a royal forest by...
Looking for somewhere to go all day where you can have fun, rain
or shine? Then visit Noah's Ark, with 12 exciting play areas, an
indoor Animal Village, covered Animal Show Pens. Daily events
Take an underwater adventure around the waters of the world and
come face-to-face with hundreds of awesome creatures.
Home to all your favourites, from tiny terrapins and stunning
Guaranteed to give you the Ahhhh factor, there's always
something new at Odds Farm Park, located between Beaconsfield and
Meet plenty of furry friends, enjoy the daily...
Port Lympne: The Aspinall Wild Animal Experience, in Kent, is
home to over 500 rare and endangered animals including Przewalski
horses, Siberian tigers and the largest breeding herd of black
Temporary closure of museum during building work,
Monday 28 January - June 2013
The museum tells the story of the wild things of the riverbank,
marshes, woods and urban areas of...
With free unlimited return visits over a seven day period, Robin
Hill definitely qualifies as the Island's favourite countryside
attraction. The award-winning park boasts a fantastic blend of